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What West Point Graduates Can Teach Us About Stress and Resilience

What West Point Graduates Can Teach Us About Stress and Resilience

In May 2020, during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Melissa Thomas graduated Yale School of Medicine and immediately started work in the Emergency Department of Yale New Haven Hospital. She quickly noticed similarities between her new job and her two...

Children and Exposure to Terror: The 3 Cs of Coping

Children and Exposure to Terror: The 3 Cs of Coping

This blog was jointly written by “The Older Dad,” Dr. Kevin D. Arnold, and by Ms. Theresa Gaser, MSSA, LISW-S of Trinity Family Counseling, Westerville, Ohio According to the VA, children who are exposed to higher amounts of TV coverage of a disaster develop more...

Respect Your Progress

Respect Your Progress

By Helen Paulsen, LMSW An interesting phenomenon occurs when someone asks us about our goals or wishes for our future. As people, we are oriented to the vision of success at the end stage of that goal. We ponder completing a marathon, earning a degree, publishing a...

The long Covid problem might be bigger than we thought.

The long Covid problem might be bigger than we thought.

A large study has revealed that one in three Covid-19 survivors have suffered symptoms three to six months after getting infected, with breathing problems, abdominal symptoms such as abdominal pain, change of bowel habit and diarrhoea, fatigue, pain, anxiety and...

Cognitive Distortions: How They Influence the Way We Act and Feel

Cognitive Distortions: How They Influence the Way We Act and Feel

Cognitive Distortions were originated by Aaron Beck in the 1960’s. Cognitive distortions are irrational beliefs that influence feelings and behaviors. Below are common cognitive distortions: Catastrophizing: Thinking only the worst outcome of situations. Jumping to...

We Are Here To Help!

We Are Here To Help!

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